Ivan,

You might try running catalina.sh from an interactive session. Start
Qshell and run startup.sh in the bin directory. I would guess the
problem is in the catalina.sh script does a chgjob runpty(12) that will
fail if you don't have *JOBCTL rights.

David morris

>>> iva030@xxxxxxxxx 9/1/2004 2:56:31 PM >>>
My catalina.out log file contains the following error 
in it when I try to start Tomcat. It seems that the
call to the os400 "system" command is not working. I
looked in the catalina.sh file and commented out the
line that sets the job priority and calls "system" to
execute it, but I still get the same problem (and
exception in my log file). I ran a grep to look for
other system command calls, but I don't see any
others. Does anyone have any idea what the problem
could be?

here is the error in my log file...

system: 001-3034 usage: system [-Kknpqsv] CLcommand
[arg ...]  

--- Ivan Hurtado <iva030@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I had the jdk1.4 installed (along with PTFs), and
> then
> I added a SystemDefault.properties file which
> contains
> "java.version-1.4" in it. This finally allows me to
> get see 1.4 when I run the java -version command.
> However, I now have an odd problem... my Tomcat
> server
> which previously worked fine does not start anymore.
> I
> do not see any error message, spool file, job log,
> or
> anything  indicating why. It just does nothing. I
> even
> tried removing the SystemDefault.properties file to
> revert it back to the 1.3 jvm and reset everything
> in
> my Tomcat server to jdk1.3, but I still cannot get
> Tomcat to start at all...
> 
> Help!

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